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Verde Heritage: “Salt Mine’ was really Sodium Sulphate Mill 1923-1934

The dryer at Cottonwood. Charles Osborn drove forward and Henry Farley drove backward from Clarkdale to the Sodium Sulphate Mill. The dryer is 50 feet, 10 inches long and the bull wheels are 11 feet in diameter. (Glenda Farley collection)

The dryer at Cottonwood. Charles Osborn drove forward and Henry Farley drove backward from Clarkdale to the Sodium Sulphate Mill. The dryer is 50 feet, 10 inches long and the bull wheels are 11 feet in diameter. (Glenda Farley collection)

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